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  • Making an impact – Hudson research recognised in public healthcare awards

    Hudson Institute research has been recognised for its impact on Victoria’s healthcare, with two projects named as finalists in the 2022 Victorian Public Healthcare Awards. L–R: Dr Miranda Davies-Tuck, Baby……  Read more

    Dr Miranda Davies-Tuck, Baby Arjun with mother Neelima Kota
  • Mothers’ stories inform stillbirth study

    A study that led to lower rates of stillbirth among people of South Asian origin is now turning its attention to the mothers’ experiences and stories. Dr Miranda Davies-Tuck In……  Read more

    A project that led to lower rates of stillbirth among people of South Dr Miranda Davies-Tuck leads a projects that lower rates of stillbirth among people from South Asian origin.
  • Hudson News Winter 2022

    Director’s message Welcome to Hudson News Winter 2022. In this issue we are proud to officially launch our Women’s Health Appeal in connection with Mother’s Day, as well as continuing……  Read more

    Professor Elizabeth Hartland
  • Kirstin’s stillbirth story 

    Turning an experience of stillbirth into a life’s work  At the age of 20, on a gap year from her Bachelor of Science studies, Kirstin Tindal unexpectedly became pregnant. Kirstin……  Read more

    Dr Miranda Davies-Tuck and PhD student Kirstin Tindal at Hudson Institute turning an experience of stillbirth into a life's work.
  • Reducing preterm stillbirth

    With a record of successfully changing the way many Australians give birth, a team from Hudson Institute now wants to change how we think about perinatal death, especially reducing preterm……  Read more

  • Victorian Premier’s Awards recognise rising stars

    Hudson Institute has featured prominently in the Victorian Premier’s Awards for Health and Medical Research, thanks to pioneering work developing new treatments for pelvic organ prolapse (POP). L–R: Dr Kallyanashis……  Read more

    Dr Kallyanashis among the winners in Health and Medical Research awards
  • Stillbirth causes investigated

    Understanding and preventing stillbirth will be the focus of world-first research led by Hudson Institute scientist Dr Miranda Davies-Tuck, who has been awarded $84 000 from Stillbirth Foundation Australia. The……  Read more

    Dr Miranda Davies-Tuck receives Stillbirth Foundation Australia award.
  • Creatine supplement safe for women

    A common nutritional supplement, creatine, has been deemed safe for women of all ages following a large review of pre-existing research studies involving women. Dr Stacey Ellery The answers provided……  Read more

    Dr Stacey Ellery, research scientists from the Maternal and Perinatal Medicine Research group at Hudson Institute
  • Hudson Institute Emerging Leaders announced

    Six Early Career Researchers have been chosen for the inaugural Hudson Institute Emerging Leaders program. Awardees Dr Miranda Davies-Tuck, Dr Stacey Ellery, Dr Robert Galinsky, Dr Cristina Giogha, Dr Courtney……  Read more

  • Reducing stillbirth – roll-out of national program

    Health services across Australia will have access to new clinical guidelines that will help prevent stillbirth, thanks to a recently awarded postdoctoral fellowship from the Centre for Research Excellence in……  Read more

    Dr Miranda Davies-Tuck from the Epidemiology and Clinical Trials Research Group at Hudson Institute